a learner of st theresas school for girl...

Asked by Anonymous on 08-05-2015 15:32:23
Question posted in the General Law category relating to KwaZulu-Natal
Question value: R 0.00

a learner of st theresas school for girls was refused access to school matric dance because she was to come up with female partner to the dance by the principal, he pointed out the school rule stating that a learner must come up with a male partner and he must be suitable attired, he focuses on the word he. the principal said that the school is the christian schoool so its focuses on christian ethics. cara took the case to the high court. was cara right to oppose the school rule and why?

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